Lou Ferrigno’s Guide To Personal Power, Bodybuilding, and FitnessLou Ferrigno, international bodybuilding legend and TV’s “Incredible Hulk,” reveals his personal formula for success in addition to his fitness and bodybuilding secrets. Ferrigno tells you everything you need to know to achieve your own kind of “personal power.”
This comprehensive guide contains dozens of instructional photographs, recommended exercises, and Ferrigno’s specially-designed programs and routines for training at every level. The book also includes personal anecdotes and lessons – making it an informative, inspirational, and entertaining read.
“Lou never ceases to amaze me, not only in his muscle development (which is just a small portion of the man) but also in the way he deals with adversity. Lou has overcome handicaps and problems that would leave most people reeling on life’s ropes. How he overcame these obstacles and built one of the greatest physiques of all time has been print-worthy for decades. I’m glad he’s committing his amazing personal power and bodybuilding philosphy to paper” - Joe Weider
“I’ve known Lou Ferrigno for several years, and I’ve always had tremendous admiration and respect for the man. While this may surprise you, it isn’t his physique that impresses me most. What sets him apart is his ability to persevere and overcome adversity, and continue to establish new standards – not only for the sport of bodybuilding, but also for every other endeavor to which he commits himself.” - Anthony Robbins
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My Incredible Life As The HulkTelevision history was made in November 1977, when Universal Television and CBS introduced the world to Doctor David Banner (Bill Bixby), a scientist researching the untapped potential for strength that all humans possess. The reckless and determined Dr. Banner submits himself to an experiment involving dangerous dosages of gamma radiation with tragic results. Thereafter, in times of great stress or anger, David Banner mutates into an uncontrollable, green-skinned engine of destruction, The Incredible Hulk (Lou Ferrigno). Haunted by his alter-ego and pursued by investigative reporter Jack McGee (Jack Colvin), David Banner most go on the run until he can find a cure for his condition.
The Incredible Hulk was an immediate hit among viewers – capturing the imagination of all ages and demographics with its potent mixture of action, drama, and social commentary. Over its five season run, The Incredible Hulk developed a devoted fan following that is enthusiastic and devoted to this day.
My Incredible Life as the Hulk is the first and only book dedicated to the series. Written by the Hulk himself, Lou Ferrigno, My Incredible Life As the Hulk is more than simply a memoir of one man’s experiences; it is an inside look at the popular series and the profound effect that the character has had on the general public. With a bevy of photographs, revealing stories, and forewords by Hulk creator Stan Lee and Oscar-winning director Ang Lee, My Incredible Life As the Hulk is a unique journey into a modern myth.
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Intermediate & Advanced PrinciplesThis vintage booklet covers the intermediate and advanced principles of bodybuilding. Topics include: potential, training drive, goal setting, mental attitude, the perfect physique, muscle priority training, training partners, nautilus/heavy duty training, instinctive training, lifting belts/wraps, training to failure, cheating, six-day split routines, my personal workout, and public relations. 20 Pages. Published in 1980.
Basic PrinciplesThis vintage booklet covers the basic principles of bodybuilding. Topics include: getting started, introduction to modern bodybuilding, nutrition, rest, vitamins, basic exercises, and beginner's course. 27 Pages. Published in 1980.
Muscular Size and PowerThis vintage booklet covers the secrets to building muscular size and power. Topics include: body type and potential, ectomorphs and weight gain, endomorphs and weight gain, mesomorphs and weight gain, nutrition and supplementation, heavy training, sleep and rest, mental approach, drugs, and power training. 20 Pages. Published in 1980.
Hulking ArmsThis vintage booklet covers the secrets to building hulking arms. Topics include: anatomy and kinesiology, biceps, triceps, forearms, designing an arm routine, three-step novice routine, the intermediate routine, and the advanced stage. 34 Pages. Published in 1980.
Hulking BackThis vintage booklet covers the secrets to building a hulking back. Topics include: the back and back routines. 27 Pages. Published in 1980.
Abdominals, Serratus, and IntercostalsThis vintage booklet covers the secrets to building the abdominals, serratus, and intercostals. Topics include: introduction to abdominals and abdominal routine. 13 Pages. Published in 1980.
Vintage Photo AlbumThis vintage booklet features photographs from Lou Ferrigno's early career. Includes personal photos as well as images from The Superstars. 20 Pages. Published in 1980.